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There’s Talk is the electronic / indie rock band of Olivia Lee, Kellen Balla, and Young Lee.

The solo effort began as a self-defined “compartmentalizing of hurt” by San Francisco based multi-instrumentalist Olivia Lee (vocals, synths, programming, guitar) as she wrote in between other collaborated efforts.
She began recording in the the converted garage studio of friend Nic De La Riva and finished recording and mixing with engineer Ian Pellicci (Yann Tiersen, Rogue Wave, Hauschka) at Tiny Telephone.
In Autumn of 2012, Kellen Balla (electronics, guitar, vocals) and Young Lee (guitar, vocals) were added with hopes of recreating and expanding the ambitious visions of the record for live performance. 
The debut EP, Tiny Stands, rich with eclectic subtleties and dark harmonies reminiscent of folk influence Sufjan Stevens and textural confessions of Youth Lagoon, released Fall of 2013 garnering front page recognition from Vimeo, Bandcamp, Impose Magazine, and Crack in the Road.
Through 2014 the band toured regionally, supporting Glass Animals, Arthur Beatrice, Waters, Holly Miranda, and Money. Utilizing vocal looping, live electronics, lush harmonies, and spacious guitars the three took to a hauntingly dynamic wall of sound that now sets the tone for the full band, There’s Talk.

Press :
“Thoroughly engaging debut of haunting folk songs crafted with clever, and unexpected, dynamic twists.” - Bandcamp, New and Notable Records
“As described in lyric and achieved through delivery and sparse electric arrangement is Lee’s ability to shake the mightiest beings to an inner core of protection and safety.” - Impose
“San Francisco trio There’s Talk conjured up one of the most majestic tracks of 2013..”
- Crack in the Road
“… sultry echoing tones, haunting piano melodies and smoky vocals draw you in..”
- The Mad Mackerel


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